Ravichandran Ashwin was scheduled to play for Delhi Capitals in IPL 2020.
The off-spinner, who hasn't featured for India in ODIs since 2017, would have been playing for Delhi Capitals in the IPL 2020 by now.
Meanwhile, the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League has landed in a near-impossible territory post the 21-day lockdown.
Meanwhile, in the wake of the escalating situations, several Indian cricketers including captain Virat Kohli have taken to social media, urging their fans to stay inside.
Ashwin, on Sunday, took it to Twitter to express his displeasure with people finding faults in others' actions
Soon after PM Modi finished his speech, all the leading cricketers of the country took to Twitter to show their support for him.
With the IPL now been suspended till April 15, Ashwin's stint with Delhi Capitals has been halted.
Barring the Pakistan Super League, all the domestic and international fixtures in the game have been called off.
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Since 2018, India has used an average of 101 balls to dislodge the lower-order which is comfortably the highest in the world.